Music City Tackles Mental Health | One Day Summit
Addressing the Decriminalization of Mental Illness
March 5 – Vanderbilt University
Celebrating 71 Years of Providing Mental Health Resources
& Programs to Middle Tennessee!
Hope is Here.
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To connect the community with specialized mental health and wellness resources.
Jammin’ to Beat the Blues
March 21 – Ryman Auditorium
Featuring Trace Adkins and Friends!
Mental Health Assistance The J. Speed Thomas Mental Health Assistance Center provides community resources and facilitates the development of programs to meet the mental health needs of Middle Tennessee individuals and families. LEARN MORE
Multicultural Outreach MHAMT helps multicultural clients locate mental health providers, provides resources, support groups and cultural training, and advocates for increased mental health services for foreign-born residents in Middle Tennessee. LEARN MORE
Alzheimers & Aging MHAMT offers informative classes, caregiver support groups and resource information on healthy aging and mental wellness for family members and professionals who are caring for someone with memory impairment. LEARN MORE
Erasing The Stigma: I.C. Hope This program provides educational presentations and material to schools, businesses, and organizations across the state of Tennessee to dispel the negative images associated with mental illness. LEARN MORE
Suicide Prevention Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN) provides critical information, resources, grief support, education and training on the warning signs to look for and steps you can take to help save a life. LEARN MORE
Educational Training Programs MHAMT provides professional Continuing Education (CEU) seminars for doctors, nursing home administrators, nurses, social workers, attorneys, athletic trainers, ministers and clergy, CNAs, and a variety of counselors/therapists. LEARN MORE
In Partnership With
Working Effectively with Mental Health Interpreters
We are proud to share a short preview of an hour long training, produced by Board Member David Tuchman. The idea was to create a “Ted” like talk, training interpreters and service providers on how to work with patients who don’t speak English.